BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- Haggen is converting six of its 22 video rental departments into leased space sections operated by Blockbuster, Dallas. Four Blockbuster units have been opened to date, and two more will open by the end of the month, said a Haggen official. Haggen joins Kroger, Minyard's, City Market, Vons and Wal-Mart Supercenters in hosting Blockbuster video rental departments, said a Blockbuster spokesperson. He would not divulge the total number of supermarket departments operated by ...

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